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post #11 of 17
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Originally Posted by Antec900_2007 View Post
Nope,just gaming and watching dvd movies
22" for sure. You've honestly got no reason to have two monitors. I'm sitting in front of four right now at work, but I need them for video editing and such.

22" man. But, in the end, you'll be happy either way.

The Acer 22" is 199.99 now I think. Though I don't recommend the quality, if tha't sall you have then that's all you have. It's still good to have 22"
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post #12 of 17
Yeah really...did you have a 22" in mind?
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post #13 of 17
Here's a 22" and a 17" side by side on my desk if you want to know what it looks like.

Edit: $189 after rebate 22"er

http://www.tigerdirect.com/applicati...CODE=WEM1391NV

You can find the Acer model just under mine for $199
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The highest that I can go on a monitor is $270.00 including shipping
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post #15 of 17
Once cool thing with the Acer (and I assume other brands) is that it comes with software to divide your screen into two or four windows. Two windows on a 22" screen looks pretty good, however, the two monitors are nice for having a game (if you can play it in windows) on the big one and the web on the other.
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post #16 of 17
22" hands down. I used two 19" (two 1280x1048) screens for awhile, but having one screen for me just sits better.
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